About Us


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Physical Address

Dundas Little Theatre @ Garstin Centre for the Arts, 37 Market Street South, Dundas, Ontario, L9H 3B3

Mailing Address

Dundas Little Theatre, Box 65605, Dundas, ON, L9H 6Y6

Email Address


The DLT Board

Chair and Newsletter: Christine Marchetti

Vice Chair and Facilities Coordinator: Daniel Van Amelsvoort

Production Coordinator: George Thomas with Peter Lloyd

Technical Coordinator: John Bello

Play Reading Coordinator and Website: Nicholas Ruddick

Treasurer and Front of House: Elizabeth Whitton

Membership: Peter Lloyd

Publicity and Online Relations: Tamara Kamermans

Secretary: Deb Dagenais

Become a Member

Support Dundas Little Theatre and save! Memberships cost:
$15/year for a single
$20/year for a family

Your membership grants you special $15 ticket prices on Opening Night for each of that season’s productions! This normally also includes an opening night reception after the show where you can mingle with the actors and director.

(You may also be eligible to receive discounts for Opening Night productions at other participating local amateur theatres in the region.)

You’ll also receive our Dundas Little Theatre email newsletter Centre Stage.

If you are a paid-up member of DLT, you’ll have voting privileges at our Annual General Meeting (usually held in September).

Lastly, if you ever decide to help work on a show, as a member you’ll receive two complimentary tickets to that show for doing so.

Get Involved

Can you help with?

Stage Management
Set Design
Set Building
Set Painting

Costume Design
Lighting Design
Hanging Lights
Collecting & Creating Props

Selling Tickets
Tending Bar

Calling all High School Students!!

Helping at DLT can count towards your 40 hours of community involvement!

You could audition for one of our plays. Rehearsal schedules vary with each production, usually running three times a week over two months before each play opens. We currently produce three plays a year. Each play has nine performances over three consecutive weekends, including one Thursday evening and two Sunday matinees.

Or, if the stage is not your thing, and you’d prefer to work with your hands, you can come out on Wednesdays at 7:00 pm to help with cleaning/building the set and the overall maintenance of the building. Working on a production gets you two free tickets to the show on opening night!